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DMG’s “little dragon” giving live glassblowing demonstrations at the St Pete Festival Sept 24th

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St Petersburg’s burgeoning art scene is thriving, and even during the hottest months, the energy and enthusiasm of the local art scene continues to blossom.  We at Duncan McClellan Gallery & DMG School Project are honored and excited to be a part of the Arts & Culture Festival for the month of September 2016.   We are nestled just south of Grand Central Arts District within the Warehouse Arts District, open with our regular gallery hours Tues – Sat 10am-5pm for the duration of the festival. There are two important dates to mark on your calendars in regards to DMG…

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Join us on Saturday, May 14, 5-10pm for the opening of the glass show, Static Flow with Zac Gorell

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Saturday, May 14, 5-10pm Static Flow with Zac Gorell Artist’s reception Saturday, May 14, 5-10pm with glassblowing demonstration beginning at 6pm. The exhibit runs through June 6, 2016. Since taking his first gather of glass in the fall of 2001, Zac has been practicing the craft as well as teaching others all over the world.  Beginning his career in Cleveland Ohio, Zac had his ‘baptism by fire’ at  Superior Hot Glass.  In these fertile grounds a foundation was laid so Zac could acquire and hone the skills necessary to become a master gaffer. The following years he practiced what he learned from the local glass…

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ART GLASS AFTERNOON Sunday, April 10, 2016

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ART GLASS AFTERNOON Sunday, April 10, 2016 Noon-4pm *Enjoy all or segments of the afternoon’s events Noon-1pm: Free Glassblowing Demonstration with Benjamin Cobb from the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA Duncan McClellan Gallery 2342 Emerson Avenue South, St Petersburg FL.   1:30-3pm: Brunch with the Artists. Reservations required: call 727-822-1032 A la Carte Museum of Fine Arts 255 Beach Drive NE , St Petersburg, FL 3-4pm: Hot Gathering, Cool Conversations Lecture Series with Glass Artists Benjamin Cobb and Martin Rosol Enjoy this intimate presentation sharing the Artists’ process and inspiration. Free with Museum admission

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